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I have some OneNote notebooks as well as a few different Skydrive accounts.  I would like to be able to share notebooks which I have no problem with syncing and sharing but the others I am sharing them with need to be able to edit.  What part am I missing?  We use OneNote 2010.

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Make sure the notebooks are in Shared folders on SkyDrive.


Formatting got lost, original link is: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/onenote-help/share-notebooks-in-onenote-2010-HA010386952.aspx

Create a new shared notebook
On the File menu, click New.
Under Store Notebook On, choose where the new notebook should be stored:
Click Web if you want to be able to use the notebook from any computer or from a Web browser. You will need to sign in or sign up for an account, after which you can control whether your notebook can be accessed only by you or also by other people.
Click Network if you want to share the new notebook with other people on the same computer network or on a SharePoint site (for example, at your work or at your school).
In the Name box, enter a descriptive title for the subject of the new notebook (for example, Team Notebook).
In the Web Location or Network Location field, do one of the following:
Specify a Web Location    If the Web service is available, sign in with an existing account (such as Windows Live) or sign up for a new one. When you are signed in, you will see a list of your Web folders where you can create shared notebooks. If you don't need to share with other people, select one of the Personal Folders. If you do need to share with others, select a Shared Folder to which others will have access. To set sharing permissions for new and existing folders, OneNote will launch your Web browser, where you can finish creating the new folder for your notebook. Return to OneNote and then refresh the folder list in the Web Location field to see the folder that you just created. Now select this folder and then proceed to Step 5 below.
Specify a Network Location    You can enter the full path of a network file share, enter a mapped network drive, or paste the full address of a SharePoint document library where you want to create the shared notebook. You can also select from one of the recent SharePoint locations, if available. Note that the notebook will be accessible to anybody who has permissions to this network location or SharePoint site.
Click Create Notebook.
Share an existing notebook
On the File menu, click Share.
Under Select Notebook, select an existing notebook that you want to share with other people or between other computers that you will be using.
Under Share On, choose where the notebook should be shared
Click Web if you want to be able to use the notebook from any computer or from a Web browser.
Click Network if you want to share the new notebook with other people or computers on the same network or SharePoint site (for example, at your work or at your school).
In the Web Location or Network Location field, do one of the following:
Specify a Web Location    If the Web service is available, sign in with an existing account (such as Windows Live) or sign up for a new one. When you are signed in, you will see a list of your Web folders where you can create shared notebooks. If you don't need to share with other people, select one of the Personal Folders. If you do need to share with others, select a Shared Folder to which others will have access. To set sharing permissions for new and existing folders, OneNote will launch your Web browser, where you can finish creating the new folder for your notebook. Return to OneNote and then refresh the folder list in the Web Location field to see the folder that you just created. Now select this folder and then proceed to Step 5 below.
Specify a Network Location    You can enter the full path of a network file share, enter a mapped network drive, or paste the full address of a SharePoint document library where you want to create the shared notebook. You can also select from one of the recent SharePoint locations, if available. Note that the notebook will be accessible to anybody who has permissions to this network location or SharePoint site.
Click Share Notebook.
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Thank you for your help!
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